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You should not have any issues putting the system to sleep with a HD 6450 inside it. If you do, the problem will lie elsewhere on the system. That said, the HD 6450 series is a legacy product and no further driver updates or software is planned for this GPU. It does have Windows 10 drivers available though.
1.Full model name of your existing GPUs? You can use GPU-Z to determine it, and show me a picture of GPU-Z main screen
2.I don't recommend AMD HD 6XXX (or older) for Windows 10.You can buy HD 7750 or R7 240(or better) for full driver support in Windows 10
3.But if you have no other options than HD 6450, then yes - it must support sleep mode in Windows 10
Sorry to be so slow in getting back to you. I've been having
disappointing cell phone problems, and had to resolve those.
My GPU is the AMD X4 860K.
Here's the screen shot:
I've found a couple of cards that sound all right. One is the
EVGA GeForce GT 710 1GB 64-Bit DDR3 Single Slot, Low Profile Graphics Card
and the other is
MSI R7 250 2GD3 OC.
The difference between them is the second has 2GB onboard, but I have no
problems with video, since I don't game.
And there's about a $25 difference in cost.
BTW, thank you for your help.
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